Talking to Press Trust of India, General Secretary of the Students' Alumni Cell Vaibhav Chauhan said, "This programme will enable students to have an insight on diverse aspects such as academics, research and even extra-curricular activities. The Alumni with their vast experience is serving as a guide to the students through e-mails and virtual chats."
Vaibhav Chauhan said that Alumni from various fields like data analytics, software development, consultancy, various core fields, research, finance have come forward for the programme and it was already catering to the vast student community and their varied interests.
He said that 100 percent of the students registered in the programme have been allotted a mentor and after the initial stage of ice-breaking session over the phone the institute has begun a new chapter of student and alumni interaction.
Ashimendu Bose from the class of 1984, presently serving as the Director at Hewlett-Packard eSolutions Global Center English Operations, who is serving as a mentor said that the programme will help the students in technology enhancement, personality development, career development and understanding industry trends.
(With Inputs from Press Trust of India)
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